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  • 25/08/2021

    the filament looks great. it came before expected to arrive. perfect amounts for test prints. the colors are gold, bronze, copper & silver. all 200gm spools.

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  • 03/12/2020

    nice wrap, no other info than u can see in picture. PLA? temp? so on Nice big round reel hole should fit all.

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  • 20/04/2021

    Well packaged, every roll is sealed separately, imma turn myself into the Olympic comitee :3

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  • 29/10/2020

    Arrive fast and secure. colours and filament look good

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  • 11/06/2021

    ok

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  • 22/11/2019

    Very good product

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  • 12/03/2020

    Excellent

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  • 22/12/2020

    This filament colour is more like metal that's been exposed to the elements for a time. Like old metal, or antique metal finish. Good for chess or backgammon pieces, and gaming tokens etc. Not shiney like the silk filaments. Subdued, that's a word that comes to mind. Here's an idea ... consider printing ornaments with at least three perimeters and no infill. Pause occasionally and fill the interior nearly to the top, with low melting point alloy. Thus adds weight and authenticity to finished statue, game piece etc. ... Note that many low melting point alloys contain Cadmium. With the temperature range we want though, one cadmium free alloy stands out as ideal. ... Cerrolow 136 or, Bolton 136 is an alloy which melts at 58 °C (136 °F), and this is below glass transition temperature of most 3D filaments. A eutectic alloy that can be kept liquid in a hot water bath. The composition is usually Bismuth 49%, Indium 21%, Lead 18%, Tin 12%. it cost about $60 per Kg plus carriage, or at your local model store perhaps.

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  • 21/06/2021

    Great filament with very pretty colors. Only got to try the gold and silver so far, but they behaved pretty similar. On my CR-10v2, I got good results at 205°C and 50mm/s. No warping, and stuck to the print bed pretty well. Oh, and it arrived very quickly, too.

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  • 04/12/2020

    Colors are not quite what I expected but the filaments are good quality and print well even with my DIY printer. Package was slightly damaged upon arrival and there were holes in the silver filament pouch.

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